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How to date a co-worker?

  1. raja_sangwan profile image44
    raja_sangwanposted 5 years ago

    How to date a co-worker?

    I like one girl in my office. Can someone give me few tips?

  2. iamsergell profile image60
    iamsergellposted 5 years ago

    Try to know her first. Or just you know simply, invite her for coffee or lunch.  smile

  3. bernard.sinai profile image82
    bernard.sinaiposted 5 years ago

    Dating a co-worker can be tricky. It all depends on how both of you can handle the relationship in a working environment. If you can keep the working relationship strictly professional then fine, however, couples tend to allow the personal and emotional aspect of the relationship into the work environment – which can cause a lot of problems.

    I would suggest not dating a co-worker unless you are able to confidently work together without allowing the personal aspect to creep in. Otherwise, change jobs and ask her out.

  4. profile image0
    Garifaliaposted 5 years ago

    How to date a co-worker:
    1- make certain that the co-worker you date is not from the same department.
    2- make certain that dating a co-worker is not in conflict with the work etiquette of your place of work.
    3- be descreet: first because you don't want to evoke bad comments and second you don't want to evoke jelousy (worse than the bad comments)
    4-be respectful as with everybody else
    5-make sure ahead of time it's a good idea because if it does not go well and your choice was not an appropriate one, you may find it difficult to continue working there.  Good Luck

  5. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 5 years ago

    Think about the end before you begin.
    The vast majority of relationships don't last forever. However when those relationships fail the people involved don't have to see each other 8-9 hours a day, 5 days a week.
    If you love your job/company it may not be worth the risk to pursue a relationship with a co-worker.